Hi there,

I'm working on a, well I dare to call it 'Webapp', that has lots of links 
that call JS functions. Now I'm wondering, instead of invoking ~30 
click-observers, does it perform better to just invoke a single 
click-observer and use the findElement method to call the right function? 
I'm not sure because I'd need 30 if statements (maybe even more) on every 
click, which doesn't seem right either. Also, I find having 1 mega-function 
that calls all other function (software-architecture-wise) kinda ugly.

What would you recommend. Does using only 1 observer even boost the 
perfomance significantly?


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